- Amber Campbell discusses the Seattle Times’ lackluster coverage of Noemi Lopez’ murder, and their poor coverage of South Seattle in general, and posts information about a candlelight vigil tonight — Rainier Valley Post
- Speaking of the Lopez murder, here is a picture of the suspect. Have you seen him? — SPDBlotter
- JvA has more on the case of the warehouse that may be a grocery store… or not (as seen here) — Mid Beacon Hill
- The Number 36 Metro bus route that serves Beacon Hill is one of the ten most dangerous routes in the system — for the drivers. The 36 averages five passenger assaults on drivers per year. (Seen one? Tell us about it.) The 7, however, averages fifteen — Seattle P-I
- Martin H. Duke suggests that the problems with the 7 bus are both a danger and an opportunity for the light rail line, which will cover much of the same route. Will it be seen as dangerous, too? — Seattle Transit Blog
2 thoughts on “Beacon Bits: candlelight vigil, bus violence, zoning violations”
I’m assuming that they’ll pass the inspection with their new counter and open sign props eventually.
Do you think it would be helpful if next time our complaint said that “they’re operating a warehouse” instead of “they’re not operating retail”? I don’t think any of us want pretend retail there. If they just offer a dozen grocery items in that huge space and leave the rest a warehouse, then they’ll be completely redundant with the place next door.
I honestly don’t know.
I think it’s probably time for some folks to go in there and try to shop!
Comments are closed.